• Consumers Punish Brands For Deceptive Behavior Online
    Newsflash: people don't like being lied to! Brands who trick consumers with deceptive practices on social media pay a heavy price for their dishonesty.
  • Social Media Undermines Teens' Romantic Skills
    While social media may seem like a boon to people looking for love, it may actually be working against users in the long run - at least if they're teenagers.
  • Social Media Failed To Predict #Brexit
    In the case of #Brexit, Britain's stunning vote to leave the European Union on Thursday, the overall trend on social media seemed to favor "Remain."
  • Social Media At Work Still For Goofing Off
    Social media in the workplace is still basically a way to goof off. That's according to a new survey by Pew Research Center.
  • Facebook Pays Media Companies For Live Video
    Facebook is determined to secure its lead in online video by expanding its offerings to include live streaming content from established media companies.
  • People Prefer Social Media To Face-to-Face Communication
    A new survey suggests that people consciously favor social media to other forms of communication, implying a deliberate choice to be, well, antisocial.
  • Most People Share Content Without Reading It
    A new study by Columbia University and the French National Institute found the majority of links shared on social media are passed along by people who haven't read the content themselves.
  • One In Three Young Social Media Users Are Influencers
    Roughly one third of U.S. social media users ages 16-34, or 25.5 million people, is a "social creator" or social influencer, according to a new study.
  • Young Docs Unfamiliar With Social Media Policies
    Most young doctors are unfamiliar with the policies set out by their employers to govern their own social media activity, including interactions with patients.
  • More Young People Get News From Social Than TV
    Social media has passed television as the most popular source of news for young adults, according to a survey by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
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